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Importing Charges - What Is DDP Through A Supplier - Delivered Duty Paid Fees
Posted by Live Now Education G Support Team on 15 August 2019 10:06 AM

DDP stands for 'Delivered Duty Paid' which means the supplier will deliver the shipment to your destination location and pay the destination country’s duties on the buyer’s behalf.

We don't recommend having your supplier arrange the importing process, as DDP is generally a lot more expensive going through the supplier compared to a freight forwarder.

Plus there's no guarantees the DDP includes ALL the additional importing charges, so it's best to use a freight forwarder who can give you an individual break down of all the associated charges so you understand how it works.

A list of the main importing charges can be found on the 'Landed Costs Report' in Stage 2 of the Importing Mastery Program so you can work out your true landed costs.


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